Graduate funding

Funding resources

All students admitted to our programs on a full-time basis are considered for university scholarships and bursaries when eligible. Admitted students, along with continuing student, will be invited regularly to apply for Teaching Assistantships.

Prospective and current students are encouraged to apply for external and internal funding opportunities. The Department of Religions and Cultures regularly holds workshops to support graduate students who apply to the federal grants through SSHRC (Social Sciences and Research Council of Canada) and the provincial grants through FRQSC (Fonds de recherche du Québec - Société et Culture).

 

SPECIAL DEPARTMENTAL AWARDS

INSTITUTE FOR CANADIAN JEWISH STUDIES FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

The Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies has the following fellowships available:

  • Mahlab Fellowships
  • Miriam Aaron Rolland Fellowship
  • Romek Hornstein Memorial Fellowship
  • Harris and Ann Wetstein Foundation Graduate Fellowship
  • Kanfi-Holzbauer Travel Award

For detailed information and application form for the Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies funding opportunities, please visit the Institute's funding page.  

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